Hyperkube is the project of bedroom artist Tom Coppens who mainly focuses on producing electronic sounds treated in the Berlin School style. Remnants shows a collection of cosmic sound structures fed by sequencers and pulsating synths. The atmosphere on this live recording is affectionate, cheerful and has dreamy structures. However, we cannot speak of real floaty ambient here because of the emphatic penetration of the used sequencers.
The organizer of the PostX sessions (Alain Kinet) saw Tom Coppens at work during an atmospheric performance in the church of Herent and asked to perform this set again in the old post office. The unknown Tom Coppens apparently left a strong impression with his slightly dramatically boosted electronic tones. Hyperkube took the inspiration of greats such as Vangelis, Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze. With this legacy a brave, rippling mix of electronic music was molded.
The distribution of the Littl' Antenna Records releases (there will be more) is done under the wings of the Wool-E Discs label.